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    Default Best e-liquid for mixing?...

    So I have read a bunch on the DIY forum and thought I'd post a question here since I'm not yet able to do so there. I am considering mixing my own liquid and am wondering what e-liquid to choose. I am thinking of getting a 30ml bottle of 36mg (probably at puresmoker) but don't know which flavor. Since it will be the base flavor for everything else, I want it to be relatively neutral. Or perhaps, as per Kate's recipe, it would only be 20% of my final mix, the flavor doesn't matter so much...?

    I'm thinking maybe French pipe?

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    I wouldnt call French Pipe nuetral from what I have tasted of it so far. It definitely has a distinct flavor to it which i'm not sure I care for so far. I just got it today so don't go by me alone I haven't given it a chance yet. Also got some 36mg Marlboro from him which seems pretty good so far. This would seem to have more of a nuetral base to me than French Pipe.

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    TW Totally Wicked are going to start selling flavourless 36mg Liquid by the end of the month.

    Totally Wicked E-Liquid - e-cigarette-forum.com • The place for electronic cigarette reviews, news and chat

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    Isn't TW just in the UK?

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    I think Kate uses Vanilla juice as a base - (I think I read her saying that once?) - Maybe she will chime in - She is a "Mix Master" er I mean, dare I say "Mistress" - I know "Juice Goddess"

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    Ha, thanks Madog, how about Saucy Syster

    I usually use coconut as a base but anything that won't overpower other flavours will do. Vanilla works well and some milder tobacco ones like 555.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate View Post
    Ha, thanks Madog, how about Saucy Syster
    I love it - Change your User title ASAP -

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    Ok, just for you

    It's nice to see you posting again, I missed you while you were quiet.

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